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Community Development, Maputo Special Reserve

Community saves giant snake

A Mozambican family living in the Massuane, a community in the buffer zone of Maputo Special Reserve, recently had the fright of their lives when they came across an enormous 3.5 meters long python inside their property. Despite the fact that the snake had consumed one of their kid goats, the family – who rely on livestock farming for their livelihood – decided to not kill the snake. Instead they requested assistance from the Maputo...

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Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Choosing Life

A unique sport for development programme is giving youth from rural communities in Mozambique the opportunity to learn more about the critical symbiosis between man and nature. They are also introduced to the...

Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Zinave National Park

A stolen forest repurposed

Zinave National Park recently presented the Macangussane Primary School near the town of Macuvale, located in the buffer zone of the park, with 37 new desks to celebrate the start of the 2019...

!Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park, Community Development, Kgalagadi TFP

A bright future for the ‡Khomani San

Living amongst the red sand dunes of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park are two of the planet’s oldest communities known as the Mier and ‡Khomani San. They are some of the last remaining original...

Community Development, SA College for Tourism, Technology and Innovation, Wildlife Crime

Microsoft Enables South African NPOs To Drive Greater Impact Through Digital Transformation

Building on Microsoft South Africa’s support of Peace Parks Foundation’s anti-poaching solutions, Microsoft Philanthropies is providing a grant to support its move to the cloud and AI for Earth is providing three grants...

Community Development

Reproductive Health: Empowering The Women Of Mozambique

Hortencia Tembe had her first child at the age of 16. She lives in a small, rural village in the south of Mozambique.Family planning interventions within rural and impoverished communities will go a...

Community Development

Scholar Mobility Programme To Empower 250 Learners From Maluleke Community

Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is proud to announce its partnership with Qhubeka’s Scholar Mobility Programme to ensure the donation and delivery of 250 bicycles to underprivileged learners at N’wanati High School in...

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